For the first time in more than 25 years, UK acts occupy the top three places on the US albums chart.
According to provisional data from SoundScan, Adele’s 21 holds at number one on sales of 168,000, Liverpool-born Marsha Ambrosius, whose first solo album Late Nights & Early Mornings sold 96,000 copies to debut at number two and Mumford & Sons’ Sigh No More remains at number three after selling a further 54,000
The last time UK acts had even the top two slots on the Top 200 was on 14 June 1997, when The Spice Girls’ Spice and Paul McCartney’s Flaming Pie headed the list.
Tuesday, March 1, 2010 marked the release of former Floetry songstress, Marsha Ambrosius’ first solo LP, & Late Nights & Early Mornings. To celebrate it’s launch, Marsha performed at a very special event in NYC.
HipHollywood.com caught up with ex-Floetry member, Marsha Ambrosius recently. The talented singer-songwriter revealed a few details about her debut album and her first single which is due to drop next week.
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